Original ideas that shook up the world of watchmaking
Why not go in a new direction with watch dials? In 1970, Corum did just this with its Feather Watch, showing how many options there are for both dial design and materials. The dial of the Feather Watch is embellished with a peacock feather. By combining this with a red-gold case and leather strap, Corum created a true work of art. A later edition saw it given a fresher, more contemporary look.
An absolute high point of Corum history was the Corum Tabogan, a wristwatch with a sophisticated mechanism that allows it to be quickly turned into a table clock. The metal bracelet converts into a watch stand - an ingenious invention patented by Corum in 1997.